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Session lost

configuration which can fix this problem.......... best babak.naddaf babak naddaf It may be a firewall restriction. If it is, specifying inactivity timeout in ObjectDB configuration may solve the problem. support Support

multiple connection using share folder

a configuration file explicitly -port <port> : override configuration's server port -silent

Optimistic lock failed

in the configuration:     <database>     <size initial="256kb" resize="256kb" page="2kb ... ) - but it is expected to be officially supported in next versions. Update: The configuration above is now documented

Again about $temp from objectdb.conf

I am using the 2.4.5 distribution and I'd like to set up $temp to another folder than the system uses. In my web application I use a servlet to configure some values: public void init(ServletConfig ... that ObjectDB uses in the configuration file. By default ObjectDB uses $temp/ObjectDB where $temp

Java 6/7 Performance Comparison

of the entity manager and I was wondering if there are any additional configuration options I ... configuration when downloaded and then again after adjusting the objectdb.conf to grant more memory

recovery enabled="false", still creates tablename.odb$ files

Running in embedded mode, configuration specifies "<recovery enabled ="false"... />". Still, tablename.odb$ files get created, and if still present after an abrupt stop, the application will not ... default the configuration file is loaded from $objectdb/objectdb.conf. You can add an XML error

connect with server

will be created automatically if it doesn't exist. You can configure the location of the database files by setting the server configuration. support Support

Sample JDO Architecture for Follow Up Questions

. * I attached my objectdb.conf file that shows the configuration option settings I chose. * My server ... about this proposed architecture: "Where Does ObjectDB Block/Lock?" "How Should I Configure objectdb.conf

Degrading performance overtime

hi, We have an application that uses embedded odb database. We have configured odb to start at 50meg chunks and grow at 50 megs a time. as the files become larger between 1 and 2 gigs we start ... (Thread.java:662) Locked ownable synchronizers: - None our conf: <!-- ObjectDB Configuration

cannot delete objects after crash (see issue 2283)

attached our configuration hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker You are using recovery in sync="false" mode ... after the configuration change and report as it may have significant effect on speed in applications

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